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#16 Stu

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 07:27 PM

A fantastic investment !!! my set up has paid for itself and earned me quite a few quid.


Just a cheapie - Behringer DEQ2496 and the Beh' reference mic. Works fine though, something like 60 band! The lot set me back < £200 'ex demo' (not the mic) :)
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#17 meekstaaa

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 07:30 PM

I have a pioneer deh p55-bt and standard speakers :) gonna put a sub in the boot as soon as i can be arsed to make the stealth box, oh and any of you moaning about lack of space from a sub then buy my old stealth off me!?

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#18 Stu

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 07:40 PM

Buy my 15" JL meekie!
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#19 bongo

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 07:43 PM

headunit= sony cdx m600r (stop gap at the moment till i can afford a nice alpine)

front= infinity 6510 6.5" components with tweeters mounted in a pillars

rear= sony 6.5 2 way

sub= vibe cbr evo10

alltogether the sound is quite good,hell of alot better in the front since installing the tweeters in the pillars,plenty of bass from the cbr evo is plenty for me.

Edited by bongo, 28 April 2008 - 07:44 PM.

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#20 meekstaaa

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 07:55 PM

Buy my 15" JL meekie!


Already have my 10" pioneer thanks :)

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#21 nick_ov_uk

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 08:09 PM

in the fiesta,
pioneer head unit
and standard speakers
going to do,
better speakers
better wire
may be a better head unit
sound a bit better than the factory stuff, thats all what i need.

#22 Craig855S

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 08:31 PM

Ford 6000CD (brushed ally look one from pumas)
Alpine type S 16.5cm front components
Infinity rear 5x7s
standard wiring

all these posts and no pics
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#23 scort_mk5b

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Posted 29 April 2008 - 08:59 PM

in the raddo my ice is pretty basic

jvc ipod 4x50w ipod hu
in phase xt 5 1\4" comps up front
in phase xt 6x4" rear
vibe space 12 and monobox 3 amp
vibe 1farad capacitor

all speaker cable has been upgraded cant remember what thickness i used though
amp cable is 4awg
going to add a 4 channel amp soon though to power the speakers

in the golf its a bit better half of it unfitted atm

kenwood kvt227 7" touch screen dvd player hu
hertz 6 1/2" componants front and rear
2 vibe black box 2 amps

2 vibe exact 8 subs
vibe monobox 3 amp

vibe space 12
vibe monobox 4 amp

red top battery located in boot with 2 0awg cables both running to a mutant 5farad capacitor
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#24 Gti-James

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Posted 30 April 2008 - 05:41 PM

ive got dimond audio in my mk6 escort van,

Headunit

Pioneer AVIC-X1BT

Speakers

Front doors - Diamond D361 Components
above headrests - Diamond D661s Components
Rear of van - Diamond D361 Components
Diamond D361i Coaxil
Rear doors - 2x Diamond HEX S600a Components

Subs

2x Diamond D3 12''

Amps

2x Diamond D3 400.4
Diamond D6 1000.1
Diamond D6 400.4

visual

3x VEBA AV70MBS 7''
PS2

Cables

Autoleads pro 4 gauge
Autoleads pro RCA leads
2x yellow top battarys with split charge.
Autoleads pro speaker wire all round

it is a very very good sound install. best ive ever heard, crystal clear, can listen to it for hours loud a f**k without making my ears hurt. and it is loud the 4 hex speakers on the back doors blow you away, it is the loudest ive ever heard.

strongly recomend Diamond

these pics are old when i was making it, got no up to date ones yet
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Edited by Gti-James, 30 April 2008 - 05:58 PM.


#25 zetecgirl

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Posted 30 April 2008 - 09:16 PM

I run a RDS 6006E head unit with uprated front and rear speakers with wiring ,Hate subs as most who have them are little more than posers rather than music listeners
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#26 meekstaaa

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Posted 01 May 2008 - 08:28 AM

I run a RDS 6006E head unit with uprated front and rear speakers with wiring ,Hate subs as most who have them are little more than posers rather than music listeners


Have you ever had one? It is amazing when you do, it transforms the music I understand what you mean but then you don't need 15 20" subs just the one will do, give it a go you'll love it

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#27 Charley

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Posted 01 May 2008 - 08:37 AM

I run a RDS 6006E head unit with uprated front and rear speakers with wiring ,Hate subs as most who have them are little more than posers rather than music listeners


Have you ever had one? It is amazing when you do, it transforms the music I understand what you mean but then you don't need 15 20" subs just the one will do, give it a go you'll love it


I have to agree with Meekstaaa, I had one in my focus and the music sounded so different :)

#28 Stu

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Posted 01 May 2008 - 08:37 AM

I run a RDS 6006E head unit with uprated front and rear speakers with wiring ,Hate subs as most who have them are little more than posers rather than music listeners


That's a comment from someone who doesn't understand speaker systems (or is just repeating that of someone who thinks they do)..

A sub-woofer is a component of pretty much every audio system you can find, home cinema, night club, car, etc. Manufacturers put subs in cars from the factory to provide a flat response. You simply can't get a great sound be replacing OE speakers with aftermarket ones.
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#29 zetecgirl

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Posted 01 May 2008 - 09:21 AM

That's a comment from someone who doesn't understand speaker systems (or is just repeating that of someone who thinks they do)..

A sub-woofer is a component of pretty much every audio system you can find, home cinema, night club, car, etc. Manufacturers put subs in cars from the factory to provide a flat response. You simply can't get a great sound be replacing OE speakers with aftermarket ones.


I have my own thoughts and do not need to copy anyone elses thank you ,I worked in the automobile industry unlike most other females I want to keep my car audio system looking as original as possible and I am sure the RDS6006E is top of the range for that ,I run component 165mm in my front doors with seperate tweeters as for the rear I run the same ,I had the original wiring replaced with quality grade wire ,The majority of people that use subs in cars is not for audio perfection but just a way of showing off ,bit like when someone is in the car alone playing heavy bass music to themself they feel the need to lower their windows to share it with everyone else thus acting like a 1st class d1ck heads ,And to try and put someone down because their beliefs are different to yours is very immature on your part.
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#30 Charley

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Posted 01 May 2008 - 09:29 AM

That's a comment from someone who doesn't understand speaker systems (or is just repeating that of someone who thinks they do)..

A sub-woofer is a component of pretty much every audio system you can find, home cinema, night club, car, etc. Manufacturers put subs in cars from the factory to provide a flat response. You simply can't get a great sound be replacing OE speakers with aftermarket ones.


I have my own thoughts and do not need to copy anyone elses thank you ,I worked in the automobile industry unlike most other females I want to keep my car audio system looking as original as possible and I am sure the RDS6006E is top of the range for that ,I run component 165mm in my front doors with seperate tweeters as for the rear I run the same ,I had the original wiring replaced with quality grade wire ,The majority of people that use subs in cars is not for audio perfection but just a way of showing off ,bit like when someone is in the car alone playing heavy bass music to themself they feel the need to lower their windows to share it with everyone else thus acting like a 1st class d1ck heads ,And to try and put someone down because their beliefs are different to yours is very immature on your part.


How do you know they are definitely showing off and not genuinely opening their window for some fresh air?

I do agree some people have a sub so they can have it blasting unspeakably loud but others like loud music and don't do it intentionally to annoy others



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